As well as delivering the musical pleasures on offer at this festival straight to your wireless, we thought we’d also let you know about some of the other weird and wacky highlights of the Woodford experience.
I have never been to a music festival and been to two live shows in my almost twenty years on this planet. There are many reasons for this, one being I grew up in Bundaberg and it’s a cultural wasteland and since moving to Brisbane I am perpetually broke due to being a uni student.
You’d be forgiven for thinking that 2009’s Sounds of Spring was a government conspiracy to lure all the violent bogans in Brisbane into one concentrated area for scientific observation. Whilst shirtless, ass-grabbing, beer can-hurling jerks are an unfortunate certainty at just about any festival, today it seems like they constitute the vast majority of the crowd
Well, the support acts finished and Tenacious D unexpectedly came through the speakers. Not exactly what I had in mind, but surprisingly it was forgotten when Birds of Tokyo took to the stage to rapturous cheers...